So Good Food Co., based in Venice, CA, proudly announces the release of its newest plant-based condiment: Sweet Black Garlic MISO MAYO. Subtly sweet and savory, rich, dark and exotic, Sweet Black Garlic MISO MAYO is a premium condiment that is first in its category of vegan mayo alternatives to be made of artisanal black garlic. It is versatile across all day parts and is on trend for plant-based, umami, fermented ingredients, Non-GMO and keto-friendly.
Slow, high heat – up to 90 days – produces garlic cloves that are black in color with a uniquely sweet, caramelized flavor and that are rich in antioxidants.
“Our customers helped us develop this new flavor through sampling and feedback. They recommend ingredients, drive label design and support our best-quality goals to ‘make delicious easy’! They are nutrition- and value-conscious, and share their MISO MAYO with friends and loved ones” says owner Janet Smith.
All MISO MAYO is Non-GMO Project verified and has been made in small batches with gluten-free ingredients since 1990, when the So Good gourmet food truck first served its vegan condiments in Los Angeles. The delectable umami flavor of MISO MAYO comes from miso – fermented soybean paste, a living cultured food that is gut-healthy and is a highly nutritious ingredient that has been prized for centuries.
So Good Food makes four flavors of its miso-based condiment: new Sweet Black Garlic, Original Flavor, Spicy Red Pepper, Garlic’n’Dill.
MISO MAYO products are available for purchase online at misomayo.com, and in the refrigerated sections of natural and gourmet chains west of the Rockies like Whole Foods, Sprouts, Natural Grocers, King Soopers and City Markets; and at retailers like Berkeley Bowl, Jimbos, Erewhon, New Leaf, Lassens and Mollie Stones, Co-ops and independents across the country. MISO MAYO is distributed by UNFI, Kehe and DPI, and is also available DSD.
For recipes and product information go to www.misomayo.com